How To Patch Asphalt With Cold Formula Mixtures

Working on your asphalt might seem intimidating. The work is dirty, but asphalt is actually fairly easy to work with. If you have the right products and supplies, you can easily patch just about any blemish or hole in your asphalt. This is important because even small holes in an asphalt surface can become bigger and more problematic over time. It is always better to use affodable, over-the-counter products to fix small asphalt problems as opposed to having to use expensive, industrial tools and supplies to fix large problems. Read More 

What To Know About Getting A Gas Fireplace For Your Home

If you love the warmth and ambiance from a fireplace but hate the labor associated with it, then you should look into getting a gas model. If you already have one that burns wood, you can get an insert and convert it to gas. If you don't have a fireplace yet, then you can install a gas fireplace anywhere because no chimney is needed. Here are some things to know about getting a gas fireplace. Read More 

How To Make Your Brick Wall Look Red And Colorful Again

Is your brick exterior looking a bit drab and gray, rather than red and bright? This is often due to a combination of dirt accumulation and fading from the sunshine. Thankfully, there are steps you can take to restore the look of your brick exterior, making it look red, vibrant, and new again. This process will likely take a whole weekend or two, and you will need the help of a few friends. Read More 

Driveway Sealing 101: 4 Popular Types Of Sealants To Consider

An asphalt sealer is important for your driveway. After all, it is what protects the asphalt from the elements. Sealing your driveway might seem easy, but you'll quickly learn that there many different types of sealants available. This can make getting started difficult. Luckily, with a little knowledge, you can make choosing the right type of sealant for your driveway easy. So what type of sealant should you use? Here are four popular types to consider: Read More 

When Is It Time To Replace A Fire Alarm System

Commercial and large-scale residential buildings that have fire alarm systems are well-protected from most severe fire damage as long as the alarm system continues to work as it should. Like other mechanical and computerized systems, though, an alarm system can deteriorate over time. Because the system usually lies dormant (or it appears to be dormant to those in the building every day), it can be difficult to determine if the system is nearing the end of its lifespan. Read More